STEM faculty said virtual labs are not replacements for developing necessary skills for future careers like finding solutions when an experiment fails.
November 2, 2020
Volume 117, Issue 12
Stories from the November 2, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students have raised concerns about their remote midterms and general exams on a survey sent to students this semester, officials said.
Rowers who would have been freshmen this season said they left to compete at a higher level than a club team.
The resignation of a veteran lawmaker and a controversial short-term incumbent have set the stage for a high-stakes general election.
Fueled by passion and informed by experience, Randy Downs deserves the vote of Ward 2 residents Tuesday.
About 90 percent of students prefer Joe Biden in office over President Donald Trump, according to a Hatchet survey of more than 180 students last month.
For some of these reporters, working as an embed on the campaign trail was an aspiration they said began during their time at GW.
Students said paying attention to their courses has become increasingly difficult while they follow elections rather than their assignments.
GW student-athletes and the athletic department have been gearing up for the 2020 election since July with increased pushes for civic engagement.
Joe Biden reeled in 14 times the funding Donald Trump received from University employees during the 2020 election cycle, FEC data states.